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“A Borneo photo safari has been high on my list for a long time. Finally, the draw of the orangutans got too much and I booked my trip. The tour had a great mix of driving, hiking and boat trips but the high points were definitely seeing the orangutans in the forests!” – Emma Healey
Wildlife of the Pantanal
The Pantanal – the world’s largest tropical wetland and is home to some of the most spectacular concentrations of wildlife in South America.
Tigers and Snow Leopards
Photographing the Royal Bengal Tigers of Ranthambhore and the stealthy Snow Leopard of the Himilayas are incredible experiences that leave photographers in awe, sending shutter speeds into overdrive and making memory cards full. Don’t believe us? Read more to find out!
Grab The Last Spaces on These Photo Tours!
Looking for a last minute photographic getaway? Look no further than these upcoming small group tours, offering incredible photographic opportunities, incredible value for money and hands on photo tutoring from some of the best Photo Tour Leaders in the business.
Ultimate Amazon Photo Tours
With the constant threat of human expansion and interference, the freedom to visit the remote parts of the Amazon and photograph its treasures found deep in the jungle may sadly cease to exist in the near future. With such a limited window of opportunity, now is the time to travel to Ecuador and explore its natural wonders before it’s too late.
New Tour – Zambia’s Ultimate Leopard Photo Safari
The Luangwa Valley is a remote African safari gem often overlooked in favour of its more well-known neighbours Tanzania, Kenya and Botswana.
However, Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park is one of the last remaining unspoilt wilderness areas and possibly the finest wildlife sanctuary in Africa – a claim which is not an overstatement!
It’s Our 9th Birthday!
To thank our faithful guests for all the support over the years, we are offering discounts on some of our most popular scheduled photo tours: Brazil, Borneo and Botswana. Each destination boasts splendid wildlife viewing and photographic opportunities, and as always, hands-on photographic tutoring is provided courtesy of an experienced ORYX tour leader.
New Tour – Wrangel Island Photo Expedition
Untouched by glaciers since the last ice age, this Wrangel Island may have been the last place on earth where mammoths survived and is today a treasure trove of Arctic biodiversity with a rich natural history.
Discover Far East Russia with ORYX Photo Tours in conjunction with Heritage Expeditions as we uncover the stunning wild North Eastern Siberian coastline.
Aquatic Jewels & Southern Beasts of the African Wild
We are proud to present two brand new scheduled photo tours to the wildlife saturated Sabi Sands region of South Africa and the Jao Concession in Botswana’s Okavango wetland paradise.
15% Discount on Final Spaces
Antarctica is the ultimate destination for photographers that are looking for a portfolio filled with captivating landscapes and wildlife interactions that are found nowhere else on the planet! Grab the last remaining spaces on our Classic journey as we take you to the Falkland Islands, South Georgia and the Antarctic Peninsula.
Madagascar – Endemic Wildlife Photography
“I have been on many tours around the world and yours was the best!” – Terry Jackson. Madagascar has been one of our most popular destinations over the years, and one that we recommend wholeheartedly to any itinerant wildlife photographer.
Svalbard – Land of the Great White Bear
Svalbard is the best place on earth for photographing Polar Bears, thanks to the incredible lighting and close wildlife proximity that one gets on these expeditions.
Wildlife Photo Tours of India
The wildlife-saturated national parks of Ranthambore and Kaziranga are famous for their iconic Asian species. If wildlife photography is your thing, then India should without a doubt be on your bucket list!
Photograph the worlds rarest cat – the snow leopard
In conjunction with the same guides and trackers as BBC’s Planet Earth II, this tour takes you into the heart of the Himalayan Mountains, which supports the world’s highest concentration of Snow Leopards.
RAW Kenya – Travel to the birthplace of Safaris
The Masai Mara National Reserve is a photographer’s haven as it is teaming with some of Africa’s most sought-after and quintessential wildlife and landscapes. As a year-round safari destination, each season has its own captivating show waiting for you!
#ORYXearth The Waorani Amazon Jungle Resistance
“We are Waorani and we have always lived in the Amazon rainforest. For thousands of years we have defended our territory from trespassers. As a warning, our ancestors left crossed palm-wood spears on trails to give would-be invaders a chance to retreat.
Time-Travel To Kenya’s Lake Turkana
Located in northern Kenya, Lake Turkana is truly an ‘off-the-beaten-track’ destination which offers amazing cultural photographic opportunities. Its tranquil and halcyon atmosphere is truly surreal, and perfect for the escapist photographer.